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In recent weeks, the world has been rocked by a series of events that belong in the horror category, as bloody as a Quentin Tarantino movie, but with none of the humor.
By now, there is probably not a soul in the free world who hasn’t heard about the terror attacks that struck... read on
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Deborah Lipstadt, author of the celebrated book “History on Trial: My Day in Court With a Holocaust Denier,” has eerily impeccable timing. Long before the terrorist events that shook France last week, the Dorot professor of Jewish and Holocaust studies at Emory University was... read on
The typically boozy, loosey-goosey ambience of the Golden Globe awards, whose viewers are usually more concerned with red carpet arrivals than seriousness of ceremony, took on a more earnest tone last night in the aftermath of the Paris, France terror attacks that have gripped the... read on
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I haven’t been able to stop thinking about Amy Pascal.
Little more than a month ago she was the reigning queen of movie studiodom, the smart, zany, effervescent, sometimes sassy co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment — quite beloved, definitely revered and, notably, the only... read on
December 11, 2014 | 6:24 pm
Filmmaker Guy Davidi’s politics can fall hard on Jewish ears.
“I am known to be an objector of Israeli politics,” the Oscar-nominated Israeli director said last week during a Skype call from France, where he was raising money for his near-finished project, “Mixed Feelings.”... read on
December 3, 2014 | 11:10 am
There’s a simple message for heroine Nessa Stein in “The Honourable Woman,” a scintillating British miniseries concerned with Israeli-Palestinian peace. It is delivered to her — and us — in a radio interview, as Nessa is grilled about her plans as the newest member of British... read on
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